Sometimes the only way to survive is to pack everything up and start over. But whether you’re drawn to the unknown or driven by a need to cut ties, life lessons have a way of catching up with you.
In partnership with Boat Magazine, director Fred Scott documented life on Stóra Dímun to prove that sometimes for good filmmaking all you need is an iPhone.
Photographer John Thackwray has spent years travelling the world, capturing the hopes and fears of people under 30 – all from within their most private space.
With Donald Trump heading to the White House, Huck sets up camp in Georgia, to hear stories from voices on the ground and make sense of America's future.
As if you needed another reason to travel to British Columbia ... introducing Canada's newest 'it' destination.
After crashing on the first day of the solo Trans Am Bike Race across America, cyclist Laura Scott, got a far more profound experience of the country and its people.
Globetrotting adventure man Foster Huntington films his pals surfing without boards, in a new promo that will make you wish you could fly.
Sandow Birk reimagines historical paintings with a contemporary political critique. His American illustrated Qu’ran project swims against rising Islamophobia.
Photographer Adrian Morris found himself in Havana during a critical era in Cuba's history, and took to the streets to take a look through a different lens.
Xinjiang is portrayed as a hotbed for religious extremism by Chinese state media. But for photographer Terry Xie, it’s simply a place to skate with friends.
Denmark's DIY trailblazers Yung share their tour adventures, shot by frontman and creative powerhouse Mikkel Holm Silkjær.
Photographer Ryann Ford set out to document the lost world of rest stops before they all disappear.